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About Taylir Paynter

Taylir Paynter

Taylir Paynter

Editor, New American Funding

Taylir is an experienced Marketing Coordinator with over 3 years in the mortgage industry and a degree in Communications Public Relations. She helps coordinate and oversees a variety of marketing activities and she enjoys writing mortgage-related content for New American Funding.

Posts by Taylir Paynter

Do I Have to Keep My Mortgage Documents Forever?

Have you ever wondered how long you should keep your mortgage documents? Chances are, at some point, you’ve thought about getting rid of all that paperwork.

How to Save for a Down Payment

Ready to get serious about homeownership? Then it’s probably time to start saving for a down payment. While down payments can seem like a challenge, they are really like any other goal you set for yourself, doable.

Top 15 At-Home Activities for Kids

There probably has never been a single more frustrating endeavor than trying to entertain bored children when staying at home. They can easily become cranky or tired and seem to need a constant rotation of activities to stay entertained (and out of your hair).

Stress Free Kitchen Organization

Here are some ideas on how to keep your kitchen organized.

Understanding Your FICO Credit Score

Much of your financial investments depend greatly on one small three-digit number.

How to Get Pre-Approved for a Home Loan

If you’re considering getting a new home loan, getting pre-approved should be the first step in your homebuying process. With a mortgage pre-approval, your lender will look at your income, any debt that you may have and check your credit score.

New American Funding's Ten Years in Review - Infographic

New American Funding's Decade in Review for 2009-2019

Profile of the Millennial HomeBuyer

Due to their massive size, millennials have proven disruptive in many industries, and real estate is no exception.

Buying a House in the Winter

Though it may not be a traditional time to purchase a property, buying a home in winter may be the right opportunity for you and your family.

6 Reasons to Check Your Credit Report and Score Regularly

If you’re like most people, you probably don’t think twice about checking your credit score, unless you’re getting ready to apply for a new credit card or even a loan. In fact, there are even people who never check their credit scores.

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